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Originally Posted by kev.thom85 View Post
TV for Basement

1. Budget - $4000 - $6000 could go up a bit if needed
2. Seating distance - ~9'
3. Size/placement limitations - 70"+, been looking at 80", None
4. Uses and sources - TV, Movies, HTPC
5. Room lighting - Basement so no windows and have control of light at 4' spacing.

Looking for local dimming, 4k, HDPC 2.2

All suggestions welcome.
with that budget ; if you can go down to a 65" id look into OLED or the vizio R series

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LG 7300 or Vizio D or Samsung 6300 ? ? ?

Well, my father-in-law missed out on the Vizio M60. He's looking at the following models. As you can see, he's not too picky. He's the kind of guy that would go for a good deal over quality. As his son-in-law, I feel like I should help him find quality at a good price (hence the Vizio M Series).

LG 60UF7300 - $899
Vizio D65 - $999
Samsung 65J6300 - $1099

Which do you suggest? Or is there something else you would suggest more? His budget ends at $1000 and he's looking for at least 60".

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Originally Posted by ADU View Post

If they're essentially the same TV except for the smart features and local dimming, and you don't need the smart features, then I think I'd get the 43" D model rather than the smaller 40" E model, because the old folks will probably appreciate the bigger 43" screen.
I appreciate the help.

In case anyone is reading and wants to give an opinion, for clarification purposes, they are both 43".
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